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Spanish court annuls discriminatory Pamplona city council resolution

A Spanish court in has annulled a resolution issued by the City Council of Pamplona, which had denied Israelis access to public spaces and declared Israeli officials 'personae non gratae' in the city.

Barcelona synagogue defaced with ‘Free Palestine’ graffiti

The front door of Synagogue of the Jewish Community of Barcelona was defaced with the slogan “Free Palestine.”

Spanish city gathers decendants of Jews named after it

In a bid to reconnect with its Jewish history, the city of Marchena in southern Spain organised an international reunion for foreigners named after it.

Nazi ideology no longer to appear in Google search results in Spain

The Lawfare Project, representing a group of Spanish Jews, filed several take-down notices with Google after identifiying content that included extreme and defamatory racism against the Jewish people.

Spanish journalist promotes antisemitic conspiracy theories

Iñaki Gabilondo, one of Spain's most famous journalists,  posted a video claiming that the New York Times stopped running syndicated political cartoons "under pressure from the mighty Jewish lobby."

Spanish Jews denounce trivialisation of Nazi symbols by student theatre group

The Federation of Jewish communities in Spain has expressed outrage after a giant swastika was placed at the faculty hall of Barcelona's Pompeu Fabra University as an advertisement for a theatre play.

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